Smash GC is of course the team that Koepka captains on the Saudi-bankrolled LIV Golf League.
The picture was taken outside of a sign reading 'Captain's Office'.
While clearly all in jest, spare a thought for PGA Tour commissioner Jay Monahan when he sees the photograph!
But LIV Golf has nothing to do with this partnership, at least in the short term.
Player transfers are still permitted on LIV Golf, so it will be interesting to see if they manage to recruit any more big-name PGA Tour stars.
Koepka jokingly tweeted:
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I make money moves pic.twitter.com/yAZvByXFjQ— Brooks Koepka (@BKoepka) October 1, 2023
Koepka was the only LIV Golf player competing at the 2023 Ryder Cup.
The 2023 LIV Golf season has just two more events left in Saudi Arabia and its team season finale in Miami.
They then have their off-season and return in 2024.
Of all five players in Koepka's photo, Homa performed the best taking 3.5 points from a possible five at the 2023 Ryder Cup.
Homa was the leading points scorer for the US Ryder Cup team.
Koepka earned 1.5 points from a possible three.
Burns took one point from a possible three, while Schauffele took one from a possible four.
Fowler earned zero points from two matches, with reports suggesting he was not in the best of health during the week.
He was also blasted by a number of American golf fans for conceding a three-foot putt to Tommy Fleetwood for birdie on the 16th green, which was enough to see Europe win the Ryder Cup.
Although Team USA appeared to be enjoying a few cold ones last night, they did lose the 2023 Ryder Cup heavily by a 16.5-11.5 scoreline at the hands of Luke Donald's Team Europe at Marco Simone in Rome.
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